Females (paintings)

The River by A. Maillol, the Truth unveiled by time by G.L. Bernin, the Dolls of H. Bellmer, anonymous display mannequins are borrowed here as references for the different expressions of women’s sexuality, voluptuousness, accessibility and seduction.
Both offered and constrained bodies, inhabited by fantasies and desire.
Often undressed or about to be, dealing with herself and what is expected of her, the female figure takes part in a mechanism that determines the world around her. The dark and hollow spaces where she dwells, as possible metaphors of the bridal chamber, show her, yet absorb and draw her elsewhere.


FEM-H-015 / 2021 / oil on paper / 21,8x15 cm


FEM-H-014 / 2021 / oil on paper / 21,8x15 cm


FEM-H-013 / 2020 / oil on paper / 76x56 cm


FEM-H-012 / 2020 / oil on paper / 76x56 cm


FEM-H-010 / 2020 / oil on paper / 76x56 cm


FEM-H-09 / 2020 / oil on paper / 21x17,5 cm


FEM-H-08 / 2020 / oil on paper / 21x17,5 cm


FEM-H-07 / 2020 / oil on paper / 21x17,5 cm


FEM-H-06 / 2017 / oil on paper / 25,2x17 cm


FEM-H-05 / 2017 / oil on paper / 25x17 cm


FEM-H-04 / 2017 / oil on paper / 25x17 cm


FEM-H-03 / 2015 / oil on paper / 25,2x17,2 cm


FEM-H-02 / 2013 / oil on paper / 25x17 cm


FEM-H-01 / 2013 / oil on paper / 25,2x17 cm